Principle of Cooperation: cooperation, not competition, is the very basis of future survival and of existing life systems
Ethical Basis of Permaculture:
1. Care of the Earth: Provision for all life systems to continue and increase
2. Care of People: Provision for people to access those resources necessary to their existence
3. Setting Limits to Population and Consumption: By governing our own needs, we can set resources aside to further the above principles.
Mollisonian Permaculture Principles:
1. Work with Nature, rather than against the natural elements, forces, pressures, processes, agencies, and evolutions, so that we assist rather than impede natural developments
2. The Problem is the Solution: Everything works both ways. It is only how we see things that makes them advantageous or not.
3. Make the Least Change for the Least Possible Effect.
4. The Yield of a System is theoretically unlimited. The only limit on the number of uses of a resource possible within a system is in the limit of the information and the imagination of the designer.
5. Everything Gardens, or has an effect on its environment.
Information is a Resource: Information is the critical potential resource. It becomes a resource only when obtained and acted upon.
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